Quietly, and without a whole lot of attention, the women’s basketball team has put together two solid weeks of basketball. After inconsistencies and struggles in the beginning of the year, the Owls have reeled off
Women’s Basketball 9-10 overall 2-1 in the A-10 Conference Best Win This is easy enough: Saturday’s exciting 68-66 victory over No. 20 George Washington. The Owls not only played their most complete game of the
Talk about unpredictable. Just when you think you’ve seen everything the men’s and women’s basketball teams had to offer this season, both squads managed to upset a ranked opponent at the Liacouras Center last week.
The term “much-needed win” gets thrown around a lot these days, often over-used and understated. But for the women’s basketball team, the clichéd term fit like a glove. Marred in a season-long four game losing
Heading into Saturday’s showdown with Florida, the women’s basketball team had committed 44 turnovers in its last two games. The consequence was two losses totaling a combined deficit of 43 points. So, for the third
Coming off two straight blowout losses to Rutgers and Miami (Ohio), the women’s basketball team changed its starting lineup Saturday against Florida by benching senior center Lady Comfort and sophomore guard LaKeisha Eaddy. In their
The women’s basketball team was humbled for the second consecutive game, this time by Miami (Ohio) as the Owls fell, 70-53, to the RedHawks Wednesday at Millett Hall. The RedHawks defense forced 23 turnovers, 19